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by Julie Golding, US MPN Lead
If your company has the Microsoft Server Platform competency, note that there are new requirements that align to the release of the Microsoft Certification exams for Windows Server 2012. Microsoft Partner Network members with the Server Platform competency are encouraged to take action today to understand what the status of their competency is and what new requirements need to be met.
You can consult the Competency Roadmap—a downloadable, regularly updated, comprehensive membership document—for a description of the recently made changes to the Server Platform competency, and the changes you can expect to take place in October of this year (for example, note that all exams related to Windows Server 2008 will be retired).
Here are the resources you need to identify what action your company needs to take, and start working to maintain your competency, so you can remain among the top 5 percent of Microsoft partners.
Determine your membership status and identify needed requirements
Work to complete missing requirements
Take steps now to complete any missing requirements so that your company is ready to renew its membership by the MPN anniversary date.
For membership and benefits support, contact Microsoft Partner Network.
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